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Colonna Family, noble Roman family of great antiquity and importance, descended from the 10th-century counts of Tusculum. Martin V, pope from to A cardinal subdeacon who had helped organize the Council of Pisa in , he was unanimously elected pope on Nov.
Like other Roman families, the Colonna…. In this he succeeded through the momentary complicity of the local leaders of the city…. Polenta Family: …chief magistrate, the papal official Stefano Colonna arrived in Ravenna to demand that the town surrender to his authority. Elected chief magistrate of Ravenna from to and again in and ,…. Vittoria Colonna, Italian poet, less important for her poetry than for her personality and her associations with famous contemporaries, particularly Michelangelo.
Her husband seems to have spent. Claude Perrault: …the final design of the Colonnade, a massive row of paired columns that rises above the unadorned first story and dominates the majestic east facade of the Louvre. Colonnade, row of columns generally supporting an entablature row of horizontal moldings , used either as an independent feature e.
The earliest colonnades appear in the temple architecture of antiquity, numerous examples. Its use requires that the patient be sedated because its passage through the entire colon is more uncomfortable. A rigid cm sigmoidoscope is…. The coloni were drawn from impoverished small free farmers, partially emancipated slaves, and barbarians sent to work as agricultural labourers among landed proprietors.
For the lands that they rented, they paid in m. Colony, in zoology, a group of organisms of one species that live and interact closely with each other. A colony differs from an aggregation, which is a group whose members have no interaction. Small, functionally specialized, attached organisms called polyps in cnidarians and zooids in bryozoans. Colony, in Roman antiquity, a Roman settlement in conquered territory. The earliest colonies were coast-guard communities, each containing about Roman citizens and their families.